By Juliet Umeh
In it’s effort to allow christians in Nigeria and other African countries have access to biblical discipleship and devotional video content, the streaming library of biblical video content, RightNow Media, has expanded its services to Africa.
With the expansion, churches and Christians in the continent will have access to biblical discipleship and devotional video content.
It explained that Nigerian churches have the opportunity to partner with the mission of RightNow Media to work with the global church to help people realise their God-given purpose that can bring real change.
President of RightNow Media, Brian Mosley said: “We’ve had a passion for international ministry for 40 years, but only now do we have the technology and infrastructure in place to serve Christians globally.”
He explained that within the last two years, the ministry has broadened its focus to include more global expansion.
“Our heart behind going global is to be a part of what God is doing around the world to disciple and equip the church,” Mosley said.
According to him, the platform is looking forward to bringing a vast library of affordable and biblical discipleship and devotional video content from seasoned Christian pastors and leaders to support the church in Africa.
He said: “With RightNow Media, churches can reach people for Christ with tools for pastors and churches in the form of video Bible study content.The tier-pricing plans are structured similarly to the US.
“The church-basedpricing model means nobody is left out irrespective of their economic power. Church leaders can subscribe on behalf of their church to give their congregation unlimited access to thousands of video resources anytime, anywhere, on nearly any device.
“RightNow Media allows pastors and leaders to equip and disciple their people every day of the week with resources that are high quality, biblical, and accessible.While RightNow Media content can only be streamed, using smartphones and tablets but not computers allow users to download content to watch offline.
“Now all church members can enjoy faith building video resources on your TV, computer, phone and tablet,” Brian said.